T at Two and a Half!
I didn’t actually plan on doing one of these until T was at least three, however over the past six months since he turned the big zero-two our not-so-little boy has changed so much! From his language to his character to the way he reacts to situations. Two and a half has become such a
It goes without saying that the past year has absolutely flown by and I’m now going to be completely predictable and say the old saying of; ‘it feels like yesterday’ that T was a baby and just turning one. But it really does. I can’t believe he’s now two years old. With T starting nursery
Wow! Where has 2016 gone? To sound like a cliche, it feels like I was only writing my 2015 update yesterday! Aside from all the death, 2016 has been a mixed bag for us. We’ve had our fair share of sickness; with T picking up everything from conjunctivitis to hand foot and mouth within weeks of
Last year I set myself a challenge to complete a bucket list for 2016. This is because I don’t like resolutions. Resolutions have an air of pressure – for me anway – and seem to concentrate on the negative. Bucket lists seem to encourage you do something different. Something new. Something positive.
The last few weeks have been pretty rubbish if you ask me. I’ve constantly felt like duck (hear me out) – gracefully gliding through life to the naked eye, but frantically flapping underneath the water. It started when my stepmum got admitted into hospital for a number of issues I won’t disgust you with. But
The last six months since our last update have flown by, and yet they feel like an eternity ago. I really can’t believe T is now 18 months old. T is a proper little boy now, constantly on the move and constantly eating! He has his own little character and is smart and funn with